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Willans, Arnold, and Colley

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of Spanish Steel Works, Pinfold Lane, Attercliffe, Sheffield

Successors to Willans, Arnold and Co. See also W. H. Willans

1887 Advertising Moerath’s Patent Furnace Bars [1]

1891 Advertisement: 'SPANISH STEEL WORKS, PINFOLD LANE, ATTERCLIFFE. Re WILLANS, ARNOLD, AND COLLEY (LIMITED). LIQUIDATION. MR. GEO. TALBOT is favoured with instructions from James Wolstenholme, Esq. (the Liquidator) to SELL by AUCTION, above, the whole of the STOCK, TOOLS, OFFICE FURNITURE, &c., .....'[2]

It appears that the site of the Spanish Steel Works became home to the Theatre Royal (subsequently becoming The Royal Picture House), and Pinfold Lane is now named Staniforth Road showing. [3]


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Sources of Information

  1. Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 25th January 1887
  2. Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 3rd September 1891
  3. [1] 'Picture Sheffield' website